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  • Eslanda

    The first biography of the bold, principled, and fiercely independent woman who defied convention to make her own mark on the world.

  • Watch My Smoke

    Eric Dickerson is the record-holder for most rushing yards in a season, and his prime was the best of any running back in NFL history. Yet an aura of negativity trailed him his entire career.
     

  • #SayHerName

    An urgent call to change the story of police violence against women and girls.

  • See You Soon

    From New York Times Bestselling Author Mariame Kaba, a poignant, beautifully illustrated story of a little girl’s worries when her Mama goes to...

  • Writing Red

    A landmark volume showcasing the vital writing of revolutionary women during the 1930s.

  • Assata Taught Me

    A fresh historical perspective on the fifty years since the founding of the Black Panther Party, in which the world's largest police state has emerged.
  • The Billboard

    As a play and book, The Billboard is a cultural force that treats abortion as more than pro-life or pro-choice.

  • City of Women London Tube Wall Map (A2, 16.5 x 23.4 Inches)

    A feminist reclamation of London’s hidden history, through a reimagining of the city’s iconic Tube map.

  • Selected Works of Debs,

    This volume includes a lengthy introduction by the editors and copious illustrations, most of which are published here for the first time.

  • Art in the After-Culture

    Essential essays on art in our current era from one of the most important art critics writing today.

  • Marx in Paris, 1871

    An imaginative work of historical fiction places Karl Marx in the thick of the remarkable events of the Paris Commune.

  • Blood in the Face (revised new edition)

    A riveting, jaw-dropping view of America's white supremacy movement.

  • A Revolutionary for Our Time

    Rodney’s immensely creative and original use of Marxism was both a challenge to radical understandings of development and colonialisation but also faithful to a certain framework of analysisin the period he lived.

  • Class Struggle Unionism

    An essential primer for rebuilding a militant labor movement centered on solidarity with all workers.

  • Revolutionary Collective

    This important volume traces efforts to advance the socialist goal through the organization of revolutionary collectives, engaging with a pantheon of relevant radical thinkers.

  • The Body Family

    Hope Wabuke weaves together a coming-of-age narrative of a Black girl, the child of immigrants fleeing from genocidal terror to America.

  • Breaking the Impasse

    A timely and persuasive discussion of the circumstances, challenges, and possibilities facing the new socialist movement in the US.

  • An Enemy Such as This


  • Her Word Is Bond

    Her Word is Bond recounts the triumphs and setbacks of a rap legend who blazed a new trail for women in hip hop.

  • Elite Capture

    A powerful indictment of the ways elites have co-opted radical critiques of racial capitalism to serve their own ends.
  • Hope Deferred

    Edited by Annie Holmes and Peter Orner

    This book presents the narratives of Zimbabweans whose lives have been affected by the country’s political, economic, and human rights crises. This book asks the question: How did a country with so much promise—a stellar education system, a growing middle class of professionals, a sophisticated economic infrastructure, a liberal constitution, and an independent judiciary—go so wrong?

  • Invisible Hands

    Edited by Corrine Goria
    The men and women in Invisible Hands reveal the human rights abuses occurring behind the scenes of the global economy.

  • Out of Exile

    Edited by Craig Walzer

    In this book, refugees and abductees recount their escapes from the wars in Darfur and South Sudan, from political and religious persecution, and from abduction by militias. In their own words, they recount life before their displacement and the reasons for their flight.

  • Throwing Stones at the Moon

    For nearly five decades, Colombia has been embroiled in internal armed conflict among guerrilla groups, paramilitary militias, and the country’s own military. Civilians in Colombia face a range of abuses from all sides, including killings, disappearances and rape—and more than four million have been forced to flee their homes. The oral histories in Throwing Stones at the Moon describe the most widespread of Colombia’s human rights crises: forced displacement. Speakers recount life before displacement, the reasons for their flight, and their struggle to rebuild their lives.